1. 6 Benefits of Nightguards

    There are a number of reasons why one might wear a mouthguard at night, including a condition called bruxism. Bruxism refers to the grinding or clenching of teeth. Additionally, people who suffer from jaw pain, experience jaw clicking or popping, or have TMJ may all benefit from wearing a night guard. If you fall into one of these groups, here is why you might consider talking to your Eagan dentis…Read More

  2. Why Treatment from Our Eagan Dentists for TMD Matters

    Going throughout the day not being able to open your mouth all the way, experiencing bouts of intense pain while eating, and headaches so severe they may cause you to become dizzy are not what you should be encountering during your daily routines. If you are suffering from these symptoms, you may have TMD. Temporomandibular disorder is a condition which affects the TMJ, temporomandibular joint loc…Read More

  3. What Your Dentist in Eagan Thinks You Should Avoid in 2017

    With the new year upon us, many want to rid ourselves of the bad habits of the past and embrace good habits for the future. We might want to be more organized, start a more proactive morning routine, or even change up our diet, so we feel and look better. Changing your diet will not only help your body and mind, it will also help your teeth! At Denmark Dental in Eagan, your oral care is most impor…Read More

  4. Simple Oral Care Tips You Didn’t Know: Part 2

    If you have been keeping up with our blog, we have been going over oral care tips you may have missed over the years. We want our patients to take the best care of their oral health, and we want to give the most useful knowledge to do so. Our dentists in Eagan want to make sure your mouth is healthy and your teeth are sparkling white. We can do this by giving you the proper oral care tips, and enc…Read More

  5. Simple Oral Care Tips You Didn’t Know: Part 1

    Dental hygiene and oral care may seem like something so simple, but for some this task is still difficult. It doesn’t just go as far as brushing your teeth and flossing. Seeing our local dentists at Denmark Dental in Eagan we will be able to help with your oral care needs. We also wanted to inform you of simple tips you can use at home when caring for your mouth and teeth. When caring for our te…Read More

  6. Reasons For Tooth Decay Our Dentists Want You To Know: Part 2

    If you have our last blog, you noticed we are trying to prevent tooth decay from happening to your teeth. We at Denmark Dental in Egan, have dentists who are compassionate and care about the oral care of your mouth, gums, and teeth. We want to make sure you know the facts and things you do on your own accord, to help from dealing with tooth decay issues down the road. Sugary Foods These foods and …Read More

  7. Dental Bridge Procedure: What Actually Happens

    So, you read our previous post and learned all about dental bridges, and why it might be the right solution for you. That's wonderful! We, at Denmark Dental, are the leaders in cosmetic dentistry and dental implants and will be more than happy to get your smile back to amazing. Now, you are probably curious as to what the procedure entails, maybe even a little nervous. No worries! We will take the…Read More

  8. Bridging the Gap: Things You Need To Know About Dental Bridges

    Every day you look in the mirror you see your smile. It’s almost perfect, except one tiny imperfection. You have a gap and it is not unnoticeable. It happened a long time ago but you never thought to get it fixed. You have just been living with it all this time. Denmark Dental specializes is fixing that pesky gap to help you achieve that perfect smile. Dr. Casper and Dr. Helgeson are the cosmet…Read More

  9. Flossing: What you want to know (Part 2/2)

    Part one of this blog on flossing gave some of the basic reasons to frequently floss your teeth; to prevent decay and maintain healthy gums. This update will take you a little deeper. The most common reason for adult tooth loss is periodontal disease. Periodontal disease is when the supporting bone that holds our teeth firmly in place is lost. When enough bone is lost, teeth can become painful, lo…Read More

  10. Fear, Phobia, Anxiety and Dentistry

    I am certain I don’t need to explain the title of this blog; most of you can identify with the first three words and how they relate to your dental care. I had one patient tell me “I would rather have another child than have you give me the shot.” Other patients are more subtle, and still some are brought to tears. It’s unfortunate that routine dental visits can cause this much stress for…Read More